The Kam River Fighting Walleye are still in it. They outscored the Red Lake Miners in game four of the SIJHL finals 3-2 last night. Going into the game, Red Lake led the best-of-seven series three games to none. Game five goes tomorrow night.

It's badminton time in Kenora. Both the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints and Beaver Brae Broncos will co-host the first NorWOSSA badminton competition of the season. 290 games will be played at both high school courts including 70 teams of boys, girls and mixed doubles as well as singles.

Quinn Hughes scored and added two assists as the Canucks held on for a 5-2 win over Seattle last night, but it wasn't enough to keep Vancouver's playoff hopes alive. The Canucks were officially eliminated from playoff contention when Dallas earned a 3-2 shootout win over Vegas as Vancouver was playing.

Ross Stripling will get the start tonight for the Blue Jays as Toronto hosts the Red Sox. The Jays lead the American League with 12 wins, after beating Boston 6 to 5 last night. 

The Toronto Raptors are practising today ahead of Thursday's Game 6 with the Philadelphia 76ers. The Raptors aim to be the first NBA team to win a best-of-seven playoff series after being down three games to none. The winner of the Raptors-Sixers series will face the Miami Heat, who dispatched the Atlanta Hawks in five games.

There are five games in the NHL tonight featuring two Canadian teams already eliminated from the post-season picture. The Habs pay a visit to the Rangers in a classic Original Six matchup. Habs captain Shea Weber has come under fire today, for not attending Montreal legend Guy Lafleur's celebration earlier this week. Also tonight, the Jets host the Flyers at 6:30.